Goal 1 Monitor Program Effectiveness.

    Student Learning Outcomes:

  • Students/graduates will complete the program within 22 months.
  • Students/graduates will pass the ARRT certification on 1st attempt.
  • Program will assess graduate satisfaction.
  • Program will assess employer satisfaction.
  • Program will assess employment rate.

Goal 2 Graduates will be clinically competent.

    Student Learning Outcomes:

  • Students/graduates will demonstrate skills in equipment manipulation and patient positioning.
  • Students/graduates will select proper technical factors in adherence to ALARA principles
  • Students/graduates will apply appropriate radiation protection practices.

Goal 3 Graduates will display effective communication skills.

    Student Learning Outcomes:

  • Students/graduates will practice written communication skills.
  • Students/graduates will practice verbal, professional communication skills.
  • Students/graduates will articulate patient instructions/education with all age groups.
  • Students/graduates will perform case study analysis and presentation.

Goal 4 Graduates will exhibit professional development.

    Student Learning Outcomes:

  • Students/graduates will exhibit a professional decorum in clinical assignments.
  • Students/graduates will discuss the value of professional growth and development.
  • Students/graduates will demonstrate the importance of professional work ethics.

Goal 5 Graduates will demonstrate critical thinking skills.

    Student Learning Outcomes:

  • Students/graduates will employ critical thinking skills in performing exams on trauma, critical and challenging patients.
  • Students/graduates will exhibit problem-sulving ability in modifying routine exam parameters as needed.

Program Effectiveness

The Radiography program at CTAE is accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT). The JRCERT is nationally accepted for setting standards for education in radiography. Graduates from this accredited program take national board exams administered by the American Registry for Radiologic Technologists (ARRT). ARRT is accepted as the credentialing agency for radiographers in the United States. The performance of this program is reflected through program effectiveness data as defined by the JRCERT. Program effectiveness data includes the program’s completion rate, credentialing examination pass rate and job placement rate as illustrated below.

Marion County School of Radiologic Technology 2

Marion County School of Radiologic Technology 2

This information may also be found on the JRCERT Website